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Humour – Book Learnin’

Humour columnist Doug Breen puzzles over the vast array of books on horses and the advice they have to give.

By: Dog Breen
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INSIDE THE PROS’ TRAILERS

Some well-known coaches and competitors give us a peek inside their trailer, pointing out their special features and how they suit their particular needs.

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The Wrong Rig for the Long Haul?

Choosing the correct tow vehicle for your trailer is vital to the safety of both horses and handlers. But how do SUVs stack up against pickup trucks?

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Plate Posts – A Look Back

Trivia about Canada's most famous horse race and a tribute to the late Michael Van Every.

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What’s Your Angle?

From the bounce theory to the turn-back, here are some ingenious approaches to betting on horses.

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Tracking The Slots

Racetracks and breeding programs are thriving in the U.S. because of slots-at-racetrack deals.

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Better Coaches = Better Riders

Equine Canada's revamped coaching certification program offers new training and incentives for certified coaches.

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Canadian Trainer Makes History at Santa Anita

For 77 years, Santa Anita Park has had a reputation of grandeur and class among horsemen. One visit to the historic race track will leave you wanting more.

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Waiting for the Boom (Humour)

Humour columnist Doug Breen talks about the Baby Boomers’ contribution to the horse industry.

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Canadian Coaching Certification

Canada's High Performance Coaching Certification in Transition